Tacos In The Depths Of The Valley

The San Fernando Valley is a strange place. Trust me, I grew up there. For those of you who aren’t from there, you just see the valley as that really hot place up the 101 where there really isn’t much going on. I hate to admit it but aside from Burbank, Universal, and whatever seems…

Taco Tuesday at Whole Foods

When I heard about Taco Tuesday at Whole Foods in DTLA, I’ll admit, my expectations were probably as low as you can possibly have them. I mean, let’s be honest here. This is the same place that sells this kind of shit: Not that there’s anything wrong with that but typically, tacos are not synonymous…

B.S. Taqueria Breaks All The Rules

The stage was set for a complete teardown. I was literally drooling to write this review because this place was breaking every rule in the book. Here is a location with the audacity to call itself a taqueria and charge you almost 5 bucks per taco! I was going to expose this and every place that…

Tire Shop Taqueria

The best thing about telling people I am writing a taco blog is that it’s usually followed by the following statement: “Oh I know the BEST tacos!” Everyone has their favorite taco spot and that’s the main reason I started this whole thing. I want to find the best tacos in the city and what…

Heavenly Tacos But Only If You’re Drunk

Angel City Brewery located in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles has some of the best beer in town. Unfortunately, this is not a beer blog so that doesn’t really matter. What does matter is the taco truck that parks right across the street feeding hundreds of drunken taco lovers every weekend. Doña Estella has…

Tacos Hiding in The Escondite

The Escondite is this little bar right in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles’ Skid Row with nothing more than an “Open” sign on their wooden door welcoming their guests. I happened to stumble in there after having a couple beers at Mumford, the brewery next door. The word Escondite means “hiding spot” in Spanish so…